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The aim of history teaching is to stimulate the pupils’ interest in the life of people who lived in the past. We teach children a sense of chronology and, through this, they develop a sense of identity and a cultural understanding based on their historical culture. Children learn about their own and other people’s cultures in a modern multicultural Britain. We teach children how events in the past have influenced our lives today and in doing so they develop the skills of enquiry, analysis, interpretation and problem solving.

Letter from the Headteacher. .

Dear Parents,   Following the retirement of Ms Loftus last term I am writing to explain the leadership structure and […]


World Book Day Photo Gallery. .

The book fair will be coming to school during the week of the 12th March and the children will each […]


School Choir Performance. We showcase our school choir..

A special assembly was held so our school choir could perform for us the songs they sang on the evening […]


Our news is now all in one place!. All the events of the past week, including the assembly winners photographs and newsletter..

We have previously had separate pages for the newsletter, photos and any other news of what might have been going […]